EXCLUSIVE: Helene Hegemann’s debut feature will receive its world premiere in Park City on Friday in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition.
Paramount executives reported on Monday that the Vin Diesel action release has delivered the eleventh biggest Hollywood launch of all time on the sub-continent.
EXCLUSIVE: The distributor has picked up North American rights to Kerstin Karlhuber’s LGBT feature debut.
Lescure unanimously re-elected ahead of the festival’s 70th edition.
EXCLUSIVE: Mark Benton, Paul Kaye join Ella Hunt; AMP handles sales; Creative Scotland among backers.
Initiative is now open to applicants; the NFTS will fund a short film from each participant.
Slumdog Millionaire writer Simon Beaufoy is adapting the novel for The Night Manager producers The Ink Factory.
Awards contender scores impressive $7.9m (£6.58m) bow from distributor’s widest-ever release at 606 sites.
Star Wars spin-off has now passed $50m, while Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt sci-fi Passengers ruled the weekend.
Lucasfilm’s Star Wars stand-alone overtook Finding Dory in a weekend that saw Hidden Figures hold on to number one in its fourth session.
EXCLUSIVE: Comedy centres on woman who wakes up one morning with something extra.
Maren Ade’s German Oscar submission took one of the top prizes at the 28th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival.
EXTENDED DEADLINE: Screen International presents our 2017 Berlinale/EFM Product Guide
Silence and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk among shutouts; #Baftassowhite a non-starter.
The UK-based genre film sales company has assembled a line-up for Berlin that includes Incontrol and Population Zero.
Actor-director Dany Boon tells us why he gave the starring role of his action comedy Raid: Special Unit to a woman.
A Syria-filmed courage-under-fire doc is among those playing in Sundance’s World Cinema Documentary competition.
How did a hot indie director and a producer of broad Hollywood comedies come together to make the cerebral sci-fi hit Arrival? Director Villeneuve and the film’s lead producers talk to Tom Grater.
Screen profiles some of the hottest projects from Asia, Middle East and North Africa in 2017.
Our guide to the films in Sundance’s World Cinema Dramatic competition.
The festival will host the premiere of Al Gore’s new climate change doc, with the environment one of the key themes this year.